Yesterday, I put in a few hours doing my volunteer photography at the (independent, non-profit) Humane Society of Utah, so don’t be surprised today’s post features cats. I photographed 27 cats; not even half of the total number now available for adoption. If you’re looking for a cat (dog, rabbit, or …) please choose the adoption option and visit your local shelter.
What do you think of the photos? Do they capture anything you would consider reflective of the animal’s character? It is truly important to me that I do this work well.
Here’s a small sampling of the love waiting to bless your home.
Dancer, Kennel 137, Animal ID A054549
Dash, Kennel 108, Animal ID A053418
Fluffers, Kennel 104, Animal ID A054088
Kitty We, Kennel 113, Animal ID A054021
Little Mama, Kennel 104, Animal ID A054087
Londyn, Kennel 108, Animal ID A053419
Marco, Kennel 110, Animal ID A054395
Marley, Kennel 111, Animal ID A053161
Nermal, Kennel 100, Animal ID A054212
Paul, Kennel 132, Animal ID A053199
Shadow, Kennel 115, Animal ID A054156
Zoe, Kennel 139, Animal ID A053840
Egypt, Kennel 107, Animal ID A054143
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